abdominal region

abdominal region

n.
Any of the topographical subdivisions of the abdomen, including the right or left hypochondriac, the right or left lateral, the right or left inguinal, and the epigastric, umbilical, or pubic regions.

abdominal region

Any one of the nine areas into which the surface of the abdomen is divided for descriptive purposes. Centrally, from above down, are the epigastric, umbilical and hypogastric (pubic) regions, and on either side, from above down, are the hypochondriac, lateral and inguinal regions.
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So, if you carry your weight in your abdominal region and use this fat for transfer, if you gain weight again it will tend to go towards the newly transferred site--same if you lose weight.
The two series are divided into 2 pairs in the thoracic region (2 cranial thoracic and 2 caudal thoracic) and 3 pairs in the abdominal region (2 cranial abdominal, 2 caudal abdominal, 2 inguinal) (Ellenport, 1981).
Excess weight, especially in the abdominal region, raises your risk for high blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar, thereby making you vulnerable to heart attack and stroke.
The coccygeal and sacral nerves are toned as the normally large blood flow to the legs is redirected to the abdominal region, which may help to improve digestion.
The system is a prerequisite for the implementation of basic and special radiographic examination, examination of digestive tract (including enteroklysy and irrigography), endoscopic, lateroskopick, artrografick, nephrostomies, fistulography including complicated procedures, basic interventional procedures in the abdominal region, uroradiodiagnostick, simpler angiographic and more performances.
3) Abdominal region is the most common location of paraganglioma.
Putting aesthetics aside, the real problem with excess fat, especially fat that accumulates in the abdominal region, is the danger that it poses to the internal organs.
Ectopic kidney can be in the pelvic, iliac or abdominal region, or can be contralateral, or cross-located.
Palpation of mid caudal abdominal region revealed firm painful mass in all cases.
A two-dimensional (2D) bounding box was determined based on the abdominal region (in white color) in [M.
When examined, the bird was dyspneic, and coelomic palpation revealed a firm tissue mass in the abdominal region.
The victim was rushed to Paphos general where the attending doctor identified two stab wounds to his abdominal region.